Uber Drivers Organizing Nationwide Protest To Demand Higher FeesSome Uber drivers are planning to turn off the ride-hailing apps this weekend as part of a nationwide protest demanding higher fees and tip options.
Benioff Jabs Former Employer, Tweets 'It's A Man World At Oracle'Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff didn't wait long to take another jab at his former employer Oracle, but this time on the theme of women leaders.
Pandora Says It Will Buy Ticketfly For $450MStreaming music company Pandora says it will buy Ticketfly for $450 million in a move that takes the company beyond music sharing and into ticket sales and marketing.
Oakland Startup Offers To Cancel Comcast Subscription For YouA Bay Area startup is offering a service that allows Comcast customers to cancel their service – and avoid a telephone runaround – by hiring them to cancel for the customer instead.
Person Behind Mysterious 'No Tech Zone' Signs In San Francisco Reveals HimselfA local artist is claiming responsibility for the "No Tech Zone" signs posted in several San Francisco parks last month.
Program That Lets Tech Shuttles Use Public Bus Stops Working, SF Transit Agency SaysSan Francisco's transit planners are calling a pilot program involving those controversial tech buses a success.
Twitter Gives Co-Founder Jack Dorsey A 2nd Chance As CEOTwitter is embracing Jack Dorsey as its CEO in hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to expand the short messaging service's audience and end nearly a decade of financial losses.
'Pphubbing' Your Partner With A Cell Phone Could Be Damaging Your Relationship, Causing DepressionSnubbing your partner by using a cell phone could be damaging your relationship, and leading to depression.
Tech Startup Testing Driverless Shuttle For Students On Santa Clara University CampusA Sunnyvale tech startup is testing a driverless shuttle on the campus at Santa Clara University.
Uber Taking Over Former Sears Building To Become One Of Oakland's Largest EmployersRide-booking service Uber Technologies has purchased the former Sears building in downtown Oakland and plans to house thousands of employees there, making it one of the city's largest employers, according to city and company officials.
'No Tech Zone' Sign Near SF's Alamo Square Threatens Violators With Steep FinesSocial commentary full of satirical whimsy is popping up in the form of official-looking signage near a touristy part of San Francisco.
Texas Teen Handcuffed Over Homemade Clock Gets VIP Treatment At Google's Science FairA Texas high school freshman who ended up in handcuffs when he brought his homemade clock to school was the star on the Google campus Monday night in Mountain View.
Snoop Dogg Unveils New 'Merry Jane' Website At San Francisco Tech EventRapper Snoop Dogg says he may change his name to Snoop Tech as he spoke Monday at the Tech Crunch Disrupt event in San Francisco to unveil a new marijuana website.
Hyperloop Would Blast People, Cargo Between SF & LA In 30 MinutesHyperloop Technologies is working on a project to move people and cargo at nearly the speed of sound, and its engineers believe they're approaching a transportation breakthrough not seen in ages, reports CBS News correspondent Carter Evans.
Porsche Takes On Tesla With New Electric Sports CarThere's a new luxury, all-electric car ready to hit the market -- but it's not from Tesla.